[xj] Bug warner auto G/boxes

Hi there,
Is there much difference between a model 66 and a model 35 borg
warner auto gear box??? All Egxpert advice really appreciated.
Thanks…Haroldus…–
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Since no experts have chimed in yet…

AFAIK they’re entirely different gearboxes.

Cheers
Doug Dwyer
Longview Washington USA
1995 XJRFrom: “Haroldus” dioginis84@yahoo.com

Is there much difference between a model 66 and a model 35 borg
warner auto gear box??? All Egxpert advice really appreciated.

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Doug Dwyer wrote:

Since no experts have chimed in yet…

AFAIK they’re entirely different gearboxes.

Though odds are that it will fit as a replacement, Doug - with some
tweaking of linkages? But as the 35 was specified with the xk 2,8 litre
I’m not sure it will stand the strain of the bigger engine - though I’m
sure that I would not contemplate such a conversion…

Frank
xj6 85 Sov Europe (UK/NZ)> From: “Haroldus” dioginis84@yahoo.com

Is there much difference between a model 66 and a model 35 borg
warner auto gear box??? All Egxpert advice really appreciated.

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I agree. Even the BW65/66 is considered to be on the edge behind a 4.2
engine. It’s up to the task…but just.

AFAIK the '35 was used on a great variety of small-engine cars, USA and Euro
alike…probably all under 3.0L displacement.

Cheers
Doug Dwyer
Longview Washington USA
1995 XJRFrom: “Frank Andersen” franksue@xtra.co.nz

Though odds are that it will fit as a replacement, Doug - with some
tweaking of linkages? But as the 35 was specified with the xk 2,8 litre
I’m not sure it will stand the strain of the bigger engine - though I’m
sure that I would not contemplate such a conversion…

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In reply to a message from Doug Dwyer sent Thu 24 Nov 2011:

Hi there,
Thanks for the reply.
Fords and chrysler used the 35 for
4litre in line motors and 289/302 windsors.
Nothing out of the ordinary.needed a comparison.
Thank yoy gentle?men…Haroldus…–
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AFAIK the '35 was used on a great variety of small-engine cars, USA and Euro


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Haroldus wrote:

In reply to a message from Doug Dwyer sent Thu 24 Nov 2011:

Hi there,
Thanks for the reply.
Fords and chrysler used the 35 for
4litre in line motors and 289/302 windsors.
Nothing out of the ordinary.needed a comparison.

Fair enough, Haroldus…

…we just don’t know what was the intent of the question. While ‘all’
autoboxes are usually working on the same principles; they developed -
and I would not bet on internal parts to crossfit…:slight_smile:

Frank
xj6 85 Sov Europe (UK/NZ)>The original message included these comments:

AFAIK the '35 was used on a great variety of small-engine cars, USA and Euro

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